“While the practitioners and academics are embroiled in a scientific debate over the most logically, mathematically, or reliably ‘correct’ or ‘accurate’ way to present forensic evidence, they often forget to stop and consider the consumer of this information – the fact-finder. While the goal of providing accurate and logically cohesive evidence is a laudable one, if juries cannot understand or appropriately apply the testimony that is given, then forensic science has not been effective, transparent, or ultimately useful to the trier of fact.”

“Juror comprehension of forensic expert testimony: a literature review and gap analysis.” FSI – Synergy; Vol 1 (2019), pp 24-34.